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Moville Travel guide
Moville : Michelin's recommendations
Once a bustling port from which shiploads of emigrants sailed to the United States, Moville is today a lakeside resort on Lough Foyle. St Pius's Catholic Church (1953) is an impressive granite building with a handsome mahogany interior. Moville Green, a seafront promenade with lawns and gardens and sports facilities, extends behind the beaches and the cliffs.
Tourist attractions Moville : Things to see and do
Kuay St. IRL - Donegal
The ruins of a Franciscan friary stand on the southern bank of the estuary opposite Donegal Bay. It was founded in 1474 by Red Hugh O'Donnell and his wife Nuala. It was richly endowed by the family and became a renowned centre of learning. In 1601, t..
Greencastle IRL - Moville
A fine beach makes this village a pleasant and popular resort. The overgrown ruins of a castle built in 1305 by Richard of Burgo - known as the Red Earl for his ruddy complexion - stand on the cliffs (north), overlooking the narrow entrance of Lough ..
R 241 IRL - Moville
This high headland (90 m) commands a fine view east as far as the Giant's Causeway.